This week Google’s China skirmishes continued, while Skype ate up more of the voice market.
In week two of the Google-China showdown, Google and Unicom delayed indefinitely the launch of the
f irst Android handsets
because of the uncertainty over its entire China business.
The recession helped Skype increase its share of the global call market. It now carries
of all international call minutes.
It says 99.4% of all mobile downloads last year were to iPhones.
Service providers worldwide were most concerned about sophisticated DDoS attacks and the rapid depletion of IPv4 addresses, Arbor Networks’ annual security survey
PCCW said it would join rivals iCable and Hong Kong Broadband in seeking a
free-to-air TV license
in Hong Kong. Wharf T&T tipped
into upgrading its Hong Kong fiber network and rolling out cloud services.
could be pushed back after it was revealed that a recent appointment to the NTC was under investigation for corruption.
its first Android smartphone.
And a US man said his life was saved by an
iPhone first aid app
after being buried in rubble for 65 hours by the Haiti earthquake.